Since you are a teacher ... I was able to make more $$ subbing than working as a 'teacher'. I couldn't get a FT teaching position but I was able to get on the subbing roster and there was work almost every day (I was a bit particular about what classes/ages I subbed for , If I didnt care I could've worked every day). Just something to think about.
Also can you tutor IDK what grades you teach but people around here are always looking for reading and math tutors as well as SAT/ACT tutors and college prep stuff.
As for subbing, if you cant get on the public school list, dont forget about charter schools private schools and places like that. Also look at 'tutoring' at places like Kumon, etc.